“So far, we have dodged the bullet and our fire season isn’t too bad. But the potential is there,” Mike Flannigan (Renewable Resources)
Textile scientist Patricia Dolez (Human Ecology) is leading research on “self-decontaminating” medical gowns and masks that could also be washed and reused.
Sabina Valentine (Agricultural, Food & Nutritional Science) is interviewed about how to safely bake and share holiday baking with loved ones during the COVID-19 holiday season.
Stan Blade (Dean, ALES), in a virtual Farm Forum Event, says that farmers and the agriculture industry will need to be ready for a lot of change to be thrown their way.
Anne Bissonnette (Human Ecology) talks about a new U of A exhibit exploring the history of “innerwear” over the last 200 years.
Jennine Pedersen (University of Alberta Botanic Garden) is interviewed about family-friendly, COVID-19 safe Halloween fun being hosted at the garden.
Jennine Pedersen (U of A Botanical Garden) is interviewed about family-friendly, COVID-19 safe Halloween fun being hosted at the garden.
A team of Yukoners has published a letter in the prestigious academic journal Science, arguing that Indigenous principles and knowledge should inform a global strategy for recovering from the pandemic. Co-author Jared Gonet (Renewable Resources) is interviewed.
Wildfire expert Mike Flannigan (Renewable Resources) narrates this YouTube video. He said not only are humans responsible for most forest fires and almost all are preventable.
World on Fire, is a five-part podcast that takes us to the front lines of out of control wildfires in Canada, Australia and California. Recorded during the COVID-19 pandemic, hosts Adrienne Lamb and wildfire expert Mike Flannigan (Renewable Resources) look at what it takes to find hope…